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    Default Homeland Security moves forward with pre crime detection

    I saw a tool by a company called Constrat today. Was very interesting set of tools for social network analysis. Im not sure about the native/us born gathering of data, but seemed to be a workable tool like I2s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenBix View Post
    I saw a tool by a company called Constrat today. Was very interesting set of tools for social network analysis. Im not sure about the native/us born gathering of data, but seemed to be a workable tool like I2s.
    What kind of tool are you talking about? Some sort of program?
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